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YuanTi
Member since Aug-13-08 · Last seen Jul-27-10
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   YuanTi has kibitzed 19 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-27-09 Battle of the Brains 3, 2009 (replies)
 
YuanTi: team black I would suggest: a) Not playing into the Marshall Gambit. We wouldn't be losing much, and avoid a risky line. b) Preparing something new against the Marshall Gambit. As white has the initiative in these lines, ...
 
   Nov-22-09 Khalifman vs A H T dos Santos Fier, 2009 (replies)
 
YuanTi: Is this right? 15.Nxb5 N7b6 16.Qb3 axb5 17.Qxb5 is clearly better for white.
 
   Aug-15-09 Neo-Grunfeld Defense (D70) (replies)
 
YuanTi: 3.f3 usually transposes to a Samisch King's Indian, and makes the Grunfeld less appealing to many players who would have played it after 3.Nc3. After 3...d5 White is in no danger. Basically it's sound if you would have gone the Samisch route against the King's Indian anyway.
 
   Jul-07-09 Queen's Pawn Game (with ...d6) (A41) (replies)
 
YuanTi: Robert Wade played it at least twice, so may well be a good bet: Repertoire Explorer: Robert Wade (black)
 
   Jun-21-09 Queen's Gambit Declined, Exchange, Positional line, 6.Qc2 (D36) (replies)
 
YuanTi: Ulf can't keep the Bishop on the Queening Diagonal (b7 is the only safe square, and won't stay that way), so he'll have to trade his knight for the queen, after which Kasparov will have no trouble winning.
 
   May-31-09 King's Indian (A48) (replies)
 
YuanTi: The Barry Attack Occurs after 1. d4 Nf6 2. Nf3 g6 3. Nc3 d5 (Bg7 or d6 transposes to the Pirc after e4) 4. Bf4 Bg7 5. e3 O-O 6. Be2 , and is a fine aggressive way to bring a King's Indian Player out of their main lines. Other lines are also covered in this ECO though.
 
   May-27-09 Charles Maurian (replies)
 
YuanTi: Maurian beat players such as Steinitz. He was not an average player. If you think you could face Morphy a knight down, you probably have an ego problem.
 
   Mar-25-09 P Johansen vs B Goslawski, 2007 (replies)
 
YuanTi: What on earth is this doing on Chessgames?
 
   Mar-14-09 Morozevich vs Kramnik, 2009 (replies)
 
YuanTi: Ha. Ha. How unbelievably witty.
 
   Mar-10-09 A Nickel vs Hydra, 2004 (replies)
 
YuanTi: <If the rocket is right...Nickel did not really win and is a fraudulent cheat! I've never heard of any human sitting down 1on1 against a high level computer ( fritz10 rybka or chessmaster10's chessmaster) and beating it> Haha. Chessmaster is not even mentioned at high level ...
 
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